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A medic testifying in the trial of SEAL Edward Gallagher has shockingly testified that he is the one who killed the militant.
2 French Soldiers Killed in Rescue Mission That Saved American, Other Hostages
France said the hostages were rescued Thursday night following a battle in Burkina Faso.
Quadruple Amputee Marine Opens Up About the Moment That Helped Him Overcome Depression
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Mullah Omar Lived His Last Years in the Shadows of US Bases, Book Claims
The former one-eyed Taliban leader secretly lived near American military bases in the war-torn country for years.
US Army Deserter Found Nearly Two Decades Later in Indiana, Police Say
Robert Eugene Brodbeck's cover was blown late last week after voluntarily walking into the Clinton Police Department.
British Army Wants ‘Snowflakes’ and 'Phone Zombies' to Defend Country
The ad campaign comes as Britain is struggling to recruit new soldiers.
Former Decorated Green Beret Charged in Death of Suspected Taliban Bomb Maker
The murder charge facing Maj. Matthew Golsteyn comes after years of on-and-off investigations by the Army.
Formerly Homeless Navy Vet Aims to Win Maxim Cover Girl Competition
Janae Sergio hopes to use some of the $25,000 prize money to financially assist other service members and at-risk youth.
USS Arlington, Named to Honor 9/11 Victims, Visits NYC
The amphibious transport dock is visiting New York City to participate in Fleet Week for the first time.
Army National Guard Member, Dog Killed After Pair of I-95 Collisions
Katie Mason drove off the road around 10 p.m. Saturday and ran into a guardrail before the dog escaped from the vehicle.
The Mystery of the Vanished USS Cyclops Still Unsolved 100 Years Later
The USS Cyclops and its 309 men never pulled into the Chesapeake Bay on March 13, 1918, and its whereabouts remain unknown.
WWII Veterans Aim to Relive History with Restored PT Boat
A PT boat that sank three German ships in the Mediterranean is being restored at the National World War II Museum.
Air Shows, Exhibits Mark Centennial of America's Entry into WWI
The sacrifices of those who served in WWI are being honored Thursday in an ongoing ceremony at the National World War I Museu...
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The report notes that double-walling the tanks is expected to cost 10 times more than the current option.
Navy Commander Accused of Rape Sentenced to Year in the Brig for Lesser Assault Charge
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Col. Jason Lamb, took the stage before a packed audience of airmen with Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly.
About 75 People Gather at Area 51 Gate, 1 Person Arrested
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Arizona Family Searches for Missing Camp Pendleton Marine
An Arizona police spokesman says officers have turned the matter over to the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.
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Four cutters intercepted a total of eight drug smuggling vessels in the Eastern Pacific Ocean over the past three months
Coast Guard Commander Charged with Importing Narcotics
According to a complaint, James Silcox III received three shipments of Tramadol to post-office boxes over the summer.
Coast Guard Discovers Abandoned Panga Boat with 41 Bales of Marijuana
A helicopter crew was dispatched to conduct a search for possible people in distress.